In light of a historic semester, what follows is a timeline of the campus activity in response to COVID-19 to document and reflect on the unique experience that resulted in a new way for Duhawks to come together despite social distancing.Read more
“My Catholic faith and my faith in our campus community inspire my confidence in our future.”Read more
“The Loras community demonstrated an amazing collective resolve in making things work, especially in the final weeks.”Read more
While we admit that the campus looks even better filled with Duhawks, it still holds up pretty well in the summer while students are away.Read more
“Whether I can give immigrant families direct assistance, or only referrals to fulfill their needs, my conversations with them have shown me that for all of us, being treated with dignity, respect, and human connection are as necessary as food, rent, or utilities.”Read more
Erin VanLaningham, Ph.D., associate professor of English and director of the Honors Program, hosted the virtual gathering to celebrate each graduate’s achievements.Read more
I wanted to find a way for others to be there with me, even if they couldn’t physically be there.
For their final exam, the Loras College Jazz Ensemble crafted a virtual performance of a classic rock staple.
“It turned it into a three-week debate on the obligations of the privileged class to make a difference.”
“Just hearing her story and how she persevered was enough to get me out of that rut. I felt her story should be shared.”